Skyler Cooper who is a Staff Sgt. He was deployed in Kuwait during his wife’s second pregnancy. His wife Cydney Cooper was not only pregnant with their twin girls because she also had their two sons to nurture.
Cydney was down with flue at the end of her pregnancy. Therefore, the twins were born prematurely at 33 weeks.
Unfortunately, Skyler was not lucky to make it back home Kansas during the birth period of his daughters.
Every mom expects their children’s happiness and wellbeing. So Cydney was forever thankful to see both her twins Emma and Kyla getting healthier day by day.
It was the 12th day in NICU, Cydney was spending time with her babies. She was holding one baby in one hand and her phone in the other. She never forgets to texts Skyler, so they had been texting all day. Most of the times, updating and sending pictures of their babies.
She was in the middle of texting him back from her NICU room, sitting with her back to the door.
Just then, a nurse walked into the room with a amazement that involved, per Cydney’s Facebook post, “1 year of crazy, 1000s of miles, 1 solo pregnancy and delivery, 48392 Skype calls, some superheroes, a few plane rides, 12 NICU days, tons of help from family and friends, and many tears.”
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